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Get a look at homes in Cincinnati’s first ‘agrihood’

 

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Construction has wrapped up on the first homes at Aberlin Springs, the first Greater Cincinnati community with a working farm as its central feature.

 

Leslie Ratliff, owner of Pendragon Development and Pendragon Homes, is developing Aberlin Springs in Union Township, Warren County. It is believed to be the first agri-community, or agrihood, in Ohio.

 

Maureen McDermott, a partner with NorthPointe Group who has been working with the Ratliff family on the development, said 12 homes are under construction in the first phase of Aberlin Springs. Four more are expected to start in the next couple of weeks.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/04/25/get-a-look-at-homes-in-cincinnati-s-first-agrihood.html


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Get a sneak peek at what’s new at the Western & Southern Open

 

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Fans showing up at next month’s Western & Southern Open tennis tournament are going to be greeted by a prominent change at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

 

The Western & Southern Open has added a $25 million, 40,000-square-foot South Building.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/07/20/get-a-sneak-peek-at-what-s-new-at-the-western.html

 

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Mercy Health to build $14M medical office

 

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Mercy Health-Cincinnati intends to begin construction Tuesday on a $14 million medical office building for a new physician practice in Warren County’s Deerfield Township, which will branded as an outpost of Jewish Hospital in Kenwood.

 

The Mercy building will be part of the District at Deerfield, a $120 million mixed-use development between Wilkens Boulevard and Mason-Montgomery Road. The streets are to be connected by an extension of Parkway Drive.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/07/30/exclusive-mercy-health-to-build-14m-medical-office.html

 

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https://www.mydaytondailynews.com/news/mercy-health-opening-new-medical-complex-warren-county/lcCSMCUkO8hGqSFidpO47J/


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Proposed Lebanon development to add new housing, restaurants

 

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A proposed new development in downtown Lebanon could bring two new restaurants, a brew pub and beer garden, and new housing.

 

Documents from the city of Lebanon show that Two Cities Pizza and Cozy's Cafe & Pub, along with The Casual Pint, have submitted letters of intent expressing interest in opening locations in the mixed-use development. A Lebanon restaurant would mark the second location for Mason-based Two Cities Pizza, as well as a second location for Cozy's, which is based in Liberty Township.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/08/24/proposed-dayton-area-development-to-add-new.html


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$12 million hotel, retail center coming to Monroe

 

A new hotel and retail center are coming to Monroe.

 

Construction has started on an 11,000-square-foot retail strip center at the corner of Senate Drive and State Route 63. A new limited-service or extended-stay hotel is expected to break ground nearby in early 2019. The projects are part of a 17-acre development from Cincinnati Commercial Contracting LLC.

 

CCC has been working to develop the property along Interstate 75 since 2015. John Westheimer, president of CCC, said there has been significant interest in the project recently.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/10/15/exclusive-12-million-hotel-retail-center-coming-to.html

 

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Construction starts on $120 million Deerfield Township project

 

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The first phase of a planned $120 million mixed-use development in Deerfield Township is underway.

 

The developer of the District at Deerfield broke ground on the high-end apartment community that will be a central piece of the project. The apartment community will be called One Deerfield.

 

Silverman & Co. Inc. is the developer of the project, and One Deerfield will include 242 apartments.

 

Ryan Silverman, vice president at Silverman & Co., said residents of One Deerfield will be able to experience a “thriving community where they can shop, meet friends for a meal or drinks, walk their dogs or enjoy events in the forthcoming public square.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/10/19/construction-starts-on-120-million-deerfield.html

 

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I hadn't heard of the charter amendment before. Interesting impact on development, zoning, and urban planning for Mason.

 

The relevant changes to the charter are:

 

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SECTION 11.08 DENSITY OF DWELLING UNITS

The number of dwelling units in multi-family dwellings, condominiums, landominiums and townhouses shall not exceed a density of eight (8) per acre EXCEPT IN OVERLAY AREAS AS ESTABLISHED BY CITY COUNCIL.

On it's surface, this seems pretty innocuous and I would probably be supportive of it. I grew up in Mason, and would hate to see a lot of downtown mason demolished for generic apartment buildings, though (not that downtown Mason is especially historic, but it is a nice, walkable area with a few gems).

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Former factory near Little Miami Bike Trail cleared for construction

 

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The former Peters Cartridge Factory building where weapons were manufactured in Hamilton Township has been cleared for redevelopment after a three-year wait. 

 

Developer Bloomfield/Schon and Associates has closed on financing for the $25 million project and received environmental approvals, according to the Warren County Port Authority.

 

The 14-acre, 240,000-square-foot site will have 135 apartments, 13,000 square feet of commercial space for restaurants and retail, and parking for 140 cars. Its main retail tenant will be Cartridge Brewery, which estimated it would be open in late 2019.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/02/22/former-factory-near-little-miami-bike-trail.html

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$120M Warren Co. mixed-use development moves forward

 

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The plans for a $120 million mixed-use development south of Dayton are moving ahead.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/14/120m-warren-co-mixed-use-development-moves.html


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